purchased by me
The formula was the same for all three polishes--thick enough to be a one-coat wonder, prone to color variation because the opaque bottles don't let you see when you've shaken them enough to mix up the pigment, definitely in need of a ridge-filling base coat and insanely shiny. None of the Color Foils dried extremely quickly, even with just one coat--dry time was average. All of my swatches are one coat with no top coat.
Leaden Lilac is a blue-toned periwinkle--my camera didn't pick up the purple tones, but they're there and it's not as blue as it looks in the pictures.
Indoors with flash:
Indoors without flash, with bonus bubbles from shaking:
Despite the flaws I see in my nails, I get compliments whenever I wear one of these polishes, and I do like that they're quick, easy and OOHSHINY. They also make a good base for jelly polishes, and although $7.99 is on the high side for a drugstore polish, I'm happy with the three I got and debating picking up the turquoise one.
The Color Foil polishes are available wherever Sally Hansen is sold. I got mine at Walgreens.